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and ceo of cheg, dan rosenweig is here. >> we've got breaking news from the federal government. senior economics reporter steve liesman has the story. >> the fed is supposed to release this morning the transcript from 2007. those are the ones where they tell you who said what during meetings. an unusual amount of attention to these, because this is the first response of the federal reserve to the crisis which you remember began in the summer of 2007. what are we going to be looking for? what folks were saying in three emergency meetings. three rate cuts totaling 1%. and of course, there was a big debate, inflation versus response to the financial crisis on august #th. putting out a statement saying the main concern was inflation, three days later the federal reserve said it would provide reserves as necessary to combat the financial crisis. here's why this is going to be historically important. the first declines there in 2007, then what we'll do is overlay inflation on this. you can see what the fed was dealing with at the time. you had rising inflation at the time. at the same time y
robert langdon in the movie of "the da vinci code." and today, the author of "the da vinci code," dan brown, announced a new novel with a puzzle on his website. each clue revealing itself with a tweet from a fan. the title "inferno," as in dante's "inferno" with its nine circles of hell. the book will come out in may. >>> and how about the new york skyline, in transition tonight. and take a look at this. sending a signal to the world, from the site of the world trade center. today, that is the spire that will sit atop the new skyscraper there. two cranes carefully installing the 70-ton base today. and when all 408 feet of the spire are in place, one world trade center will stand 1,776 feet tall, for independence day 1776, making it the tallest skyscraper in the western hemisphere. >>> and if you see something out there that starts you talking, tweet it to me, @dianesawyer, for our "instant index." >>> and coming up here, your health. ♪ a horse is a horse ♪ of course of course >> did you know mr. ed might replace your doctor? and what if babe is protection from the flu? why they're
apparently never existed. abc's dan harris explains the incredible tale of fame and deception. >> reporter: it was one of the most dramatic and emotional stories in recent sports history. manti te'o, the star linebacker for notre dame, enduring the death of both his grandmother and then his girlfriend within just six hours. >> you take the love of my life. last thing she said to me was, "i love you." >> reporter: te'o then went on to lead his team to a series of epic victories. propelled by his success and his story, he was a finalist for the heisman trophy. all along, he spoke freely about his twin tragedy. >> older brother called me and he was just crying and crying and crying and that's when i kind of knew, but i was still in denial. >> reporter: but tonight, word that that girlfriend, lennay kekua, never existed at all. the story, first reported on the sports news website deadspin, says she was a hoax, and the picture we all saw was of another woman who is very much alive and says she doesn't know te'o at all. late today, notre dame released a statement that coaches were informed by te
into that analysis, we can both assume that there may be. >> jessica, stay with us. i want to bring in dan gross, he's president of the brady campaign to end gun violence. mr. gross, what do you make of what jessica is reporting? >> it's exactly what the -- [ inaudible ] >> sorry. >> it reflects exactly -- >> we're having a hard time hearing you because of the announcement. i know you're on the train. zblae. sorry about that. >> let me bring jessica back and we'll come back to you. hopefully, they will have stopped that announcement. in terms of what could be possible through executive order on this list, i guess some of the information on background checks, perhaps? >> expanding the way background checks -- improving the way background checks are conducted could be done through executive order. making that information more readily available. improving the way especially mental health is reported forward could be done through executive order. and also gathering more research on where the guns are in america. that's another thing that could be done. there's a long list. i could go on, anderson, but y
weapons ban through. >> let's head to washington and the white house. dan lothian is there, so dan, is the nra right? >> well, you know, i'm not going to make any predictions about what congress may or may not do. as we have learned over the last few years, what i can say is that assault weapons ban does appear to be facing an uphill effort up on capitol hill and i think what's interesting is that the president, right after the mass shooting in connecticut came out and talked about, you know, putting his support behind efforts to reinstate the assault weapons ban and this had been the position of the white house since then but what was interesting last week when the vice president was rolling out what he said what are the top tier recommendations that he had been getting of meeting with several groups he did not mention that at all so there were questions about whether the white house itself may have felt that it was losing steam and there was not support for this on capitol hill. but shortly thereafter, a spokesman for the white house saying the president and the vice president ar
mission to end gun violence and we'll talk to connecticut's governor dan malloy about his effort and vice president biden's task force which is expected to present its recommendations tomorrow. we want to begin right here and right now with how the community is coming together spiritually and how people, parents are dealing with so much loss. matt and jennifer hubbard join me. they lost their daughter catherine violet, a little girl who loved life and especially loved animals. i appreciate you both being with us. i know it's not easy. >> sure. >> how are you holding up? >> it's hard. we're going day by day. first, it's hour by hour. now day by day. >> sometimes minute by minute. >> sometimes minute by minute. it changes. it changes. >> it comes in waves. >> it does, and every day for us, i think, is a new first. you know, we're doing new things with the three of us. it's a new first. >> getting through the holidays must have been -- >> yes and no. at first we thought how are we going to do christmas? christmas is about hope and it's about peace. and i think through the entire situation, t
, photos and things they like. >>> a lot of people like dan brown. and now, the author of "the da vinci code" and "angels and demons" has fans, book stores and hollywood buzzing. his new book is called "inferno" will be out in may. there's plenty of money to be made on brown's books. they've sold more than 200 million copies. movie adaptations starring tom hanks has grossed more than $1.2 billion. >> can't wait for that to come out. >> should be good. >>> when we come back, a big, new question about lance armstrong's future, now that we know he was pedaling lies. >>> and then, field of dogs. the soccer match that got some four-legged interference. [ stefan ] with a cold or flu, nighttime nasal congestion can be the worst part. my medicine alone doesn't always give me all the congestion relief i need to sleep. [ female announcer ] adding breathe right nasal strips can make all the difference. it's proven to instantly relieve cold or flu nasal congestion. [ stefan ] and because it's drug free, it's safe to use with any medicine to relieve my nighttime stuffy nose. so i can breathe better
after smoke was detected in the cabin. we're trying to figure out what happened there. dan springer with the story from seattle. how bad is this now from boeing? because we have seen repeated incidents now with the 787, dan. >> reporter: bill, this has got to worry boeing officials out in seattle. looks like yet another electrical problem aboard the 787. financially this has to be a blow to boeing and the dreamliner's reputation. it happened in wednesday morning in japan on all nippon airways. the pilot started smelling smoke in the cockpit. the pilot made emergency landing there were minor injuries as passengers evacuated the plane down the emergency chute. officials at the airport where the plane landed said there was no fire, which is important but they confirmed smelling smoke. japan airlines grounded all 24 of their 787 dreamliners in service. united airlines is the only american carrier to fly the 787. there is no word what they will do at this point. but this appears to be another battery issue but not the same one that happened last week at boston's logan airport. that was t
then their spouse collects. dan mitchell studies state pension problems with the cato institute and kevin james is running to be mayor. how bad is it? people want to be responsible i think. >> i am not sure. politicians want to be reelected and state government workers want to get as much as they can before the house of cards comes down. there are too many people writing in the wagon netted of people pulling now they raise taxes cc the productive people leaving the state more people living off the government sooner or later nobody is there to pay the bills. john: but california has a higher cost of living. >> even with that this does not justify the difference of the $50,000 average for 70,000. california prices itself out of the market. john: and calpers assumed the 8% rates of return. now they just lower it down at seven point* 5% like that is responsible. why do they think they can make that rate of return? >> tonight i will party with the victoria secret supermodel. it would happen if calpers will not meet those targets that means the unfunded liability which is a huge will become enormous
the mayor of los angeles was swinging as they used to say with dan akroyd and steve mart kin on snl. say they were the swinging czechoslovakiian brothers in tight slacks. anything wrong with that? >> no. the city has been better since he has been gone. i wish he moved to mexico. this is like captain hazelwood running the exxon valdez into the ground and saying does any one mind while i leave the ship for a while. the answer is by all means captain. i will buy the first drink on dry land. also in los angeles big hit and run problem. or 50 percent of the actors are hit and runs? what's going on? >> 50 percent, so all of you people that are living somewhere where there are same people living amongst you, image if 50 percent of just the traffic accidents were hit and run. just about 10 percent net. it's about 10 percent nationally. we are at 50 percent. by the way that was as of 09. so we could be over that today. >> so 50 percent of all traffic accidents? the people who caused them zoom away they don't stop? 50 percent. why do you think that is? >> well, they flee. there's a couple of reaso
trouble with the jumbo jet. dan springer has the latest. >> january has been a rough month for boeing, especially when you consider how high they were flying in december. they overtook air bus as the world's number one plane maker for the first time in a decade. sales were soaring. now all we talk about is the dreamliner turned into a nightmare. the latest problem was in western japan, flight operated made an emergency landing after warning lights went on and electrical smoke was smellesmelled in the cockpit. it was a problem with the battery behind and below the pilot near the front of the plane. nobody was hurt but afterwards they apologized to the customers and grounded all 17 of the dreamliner. >> pan airlines followed suit with the seven planes. the national transportation safety board sent an investigator to japan. the ntsb you remember has its own investigation of a battery fire that happened on the ground in boston last week. that battery was in the back of the plane. used to provide power when the 787 is not flying. friday, the faa announced it was conducting comprehensive re
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openly at a check-in desk. the women lost all previous lawsuits in the british court system. dan rivers is joining us from london. first of all, why do you think it was that you had the european court of human rights they saw her case very differently than the british court system. >> reporter: they did, yeah. this is a massive victory for nadia which could have repercussions for the burqa ban in france. she has steadfastly stuck to her argument ma she feels she had absolutely the right to wear this very small cross around her neck underneath the nexter chief that she wore has part of her uniform. initially british airways threatened to suspend her. it took the intervention of the most senior anglican in the world, the archbishop of cantor bury. she continued her fight against the british government saying they haven't safeguard her human rights to wear this cross. finally, now after six failures in various different british courts, a european court, one of the highest in the system, ruled in her favor. she explained why she felt so strongly about her right to wear the cross. >> because
to bring in dan simon, following this from san francisco. tell us all about this. >> reporter: well, hi, suzanne. zuckerberg calling this one of the most exciting features facebook has come out with in a long time. now, no broadcast cameras were alo allowed for this event yesterday. facebook knows so much information about us. you got a billion users on facebook, they know our likes from hotels, cars, restaurants, all these photos. there is no really easy way to search for this information. well, that changes with this new product called graph search and facebook put together this video demonstration in terms of how it works. take a look. ♪ >> reporter: so these are some things you could potentially search for, people from my hometown who like hiking, people who like tennis and live nearby, music my friends like, photos of my friends taken in new york. so you can see, you can basically search for anything that your friends have posted on facebook. now this product, suzanne, is in beta. it is going to be rolled out gradually. you can see how this might help facebook's bottom line in te
, the novelist dan brown, relief is on the way. the da vinci code's author's latest release, simply entitled "inferno" is set to hit book shelves on may 14th. the novel will feature the return of renowned harvard symbologist robert lang dodone,t in italy. >>> a top european court ruled a british woman suffered religious discrimination when british airways told her not to wear a cross over her uniform at work. nadia awada was sent home, then offered another position when she refused to hide her cross. she says it all came down to fairness. >> because why should i be made to feel ashamed for wearing my cross, being told off for exercising what i thought was a civil liberty of manifesting my faith, my faith, by wearing the christian cross and other colleagues around me expressing their faith with wearing hijabs, why so me? >> we should note the court's ruling is not legally binding in britain. but the country is legally obligated to take it into account, they say. >>> president's inauguration starts in five days. along with security and staff, do you know who else is preparing? cell phone provi
reminded of dan rather, the documents were false, but accurate. this was exactly what, if you'll recall, paul ryan in his vice-presidential speech and in other places pointed out that barack obama gave a speech in janesville, wisconsin gm plant and said we're going to keep this open for a hundred years with the auto bailout and they closed it started making those cars in china. i'd like to also point out that china, by the way, the media fact checkers found that to be a lie, too, they sided with obama on that and romney-ryan was correct on that as well. >> steve: sure. >> i'd like to point out that 55% of gm's increased production in china by 55% since the bailout and make seven out of ten cars outside the united states. so it's a good thing we did this 83 billion dollar auto bailout for american jobs. >> steve: sure, but you know, a big part of the president's face are auto union workers, they hear, hey, they're going to ship a bunch of car manufacturing jobs out to china, oh, wait a minute, i don't like that idea. so you've got a fact checking organization that came in and said that's
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